[I Actually Grew Fond Of Her In A Nastily Superior Kind Of Way. For She Was So Completely Artless And Optimistic And Clueless, She Didn't Care That She Smelled Bad Or Was Fat Or Wore Clothes Unlike Everyone Else's, She Had Some Weird Disconnect With Life That Kept Her Constantly Bubbling, And You Knew She Would Go Blithely Through Her Long Horribly Boring Life Thinking Every Thing Was Just Swell (the Opposite Of Me).]

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